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Give me a hand! Give me a hand!
Push him in.
...the administration's job is quite clear.
The 0-day cooling off period
will be observed.
And if industry is so hell bent
to invoke Taft-Hartley...
...any support they get from me
will have to get flogged out.
Underline and exclamation point.
How many men involved there?
By next Tuesday, they figure the entire
industry from San Diego to Seattle.
I'm not through yet.
and I'll take up faith healing.
You've been at it an hour.
My predecessors didn't have a riot
Twenty-nine percent of the people
When that thing reaches
stroke proportions, put it out as a bulletin.
It's probably the one thing
that'll make Labor Management...
...and the Pentagon join hands
When did you have your last vacation?
When I was six months old,
back in Cleveland, Ohio.
I believe it. Don't forget
Tell him to meet me here.
no such assumption.
Your blood pressure's up again,
and I don't like it one little bit.
Now this is an order.
Not just medical advice.
You're to go away for at least two weeks.
And you can have damn few phone calls.
How about a compromise, Horace?
I'll take a quick swim in my pool.
Can I squeeze that in, Paul?
How are you, Horace?
What's new in fee splitting?
Why in God's name do
we elect a man president...
...and then try to see how fast
we can kill him?
The Vice-President showed a vast amount
of discretion over valor...
...to go goodwilling when he did.
Pity you didn't join him, Jordie.
I envy Mr. Gianelli his Chianti
and Italian sunshine.
My own diet for the next several days
will be crow and bitters.
- Goodbye, Horace.
Come on, Ray. You can watch me
do the Lyman crawl.
In a half hour I'm due at a meeting
To hear him tell it,
you're a third-grade idiot with clay arches.
who'll be in front of the committees...
...he is the reincarnation of Washington
who could walk on that water.
Well, let's say I've felt more popular
in my time.
Don't get your nanny up.
You knew there'd be some dislocations.
You can't gear a country's economy
for war for 20 years...
...then slam on the brakes
and expect the transition...
Doesn't work out like that.
Think of how the psychology of the thing
has been screwed up from the outset.
We've been hating the Russians
for a quarter of a century.
Suddenly we sign a treaty saying
in two months...
we're to dismantle ours...
...and we all ride to a peaceful glory.
were just as big a threat as war.
Damn it, Ray.
We could have had our paradise.
Yes, by God, we could have had
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